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I define 'urban' here solely in terms of WalMart.

Small, one-story stores with no parking just isn't going to happen for Walmart, no matter how nice it would be. I assume parking will be provided.

Urban need not be multi-use, either, if it is denser (see DC USA's denser retail treatments of a similar big box retailers like Target and Best Buy).

So, that leaves us with:

1. Density
1a. Mixed use
2. Structured parking
3. Design

Only the Fort Totten and Gonzaga locations meet all three requirements, broadly speaking.

by Alex B. on Apr 26, 2012 3:36 pm • linkreport

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